What documents do I need to supply in order to become an investor?
It depends on whether you are applying as an individual or on behalf of your institution or corporate.
If you are an Individual Investor, please provide a copy of Mykad or Passport if you are not a Malaysian Citizen.
If you are corporate investor, please provide the following documents:
A) Most recent Constitutional Document, including;
- Certificate of Incorporation/Partnership or any other reliable references
- Latest Form 24/Form Section 78 and Register of Directors/Form 49 as prescribed by the Companies Commission of Malaysia or equivalent documents for Labuan Companies or foreign incorporations, or any other equivalent documents for other type of legal persons for identification of Directors/Shareholders/Partners.
- Memorandum/Articles of Association
B) Letter of authority or directors’ resolution, where applicable
C) MyKad for Malaysian/permanent resident or passport for foreigner of the person authorized to represent the company or business
In addition, depending your investment sum and/or Investor Category, additional document / declaration may be required. Our online application form will guide you through the documentation that you will need to provide in order to qualify as an investor and comply with our Anti Money Laundering (“AMLA”) and Know Your Customer (“KYC”) procedures.
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